Posted on 24th May 2012

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Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke

It’s been noted that an inherent menace of recreational cannabis use (referred to in this book solely as ‘smoke’) is—far less than with drugs of a higher grading—exactly our negligence of it having menacing qualities at all. What paradoxically makes it so threatening is its very ubiquity in society, our general flippancy towards its distribution and intake. Coupled with this is a disregard for the…

Posted on 22nd May 2012

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Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke

‘The tease of a title gradually resolves itself as the delightful comedy of drug-running in rural England plays out. The cartel meets Ambridge.’ John Sutherland, Lord Northcliffe Professor Emeritus of Modern English Literature at UCL Chair, 2012 Judging Panel Synopsis: When young Elliot gets a labourer’s job at Mr Evans’s after being sacked from a…